Samsung launched the first public beta of One UI 3.0 for Galaxy S20 owners in the United States earlier in October. In the following few days, South Korea made the update available to multiple users across the world.
The Asian company has now released a new beta version of its custom interface for the Galaxy S20. The version number of this update is G98xxKSU1ZTK7. It is now releasing for Samsung flagship users in several countries.
The beta version number depends on the region of the user. For example, for German users this would be the fifth test version of the software. It is the fourth for South Korea. Meanwhile, it is only the third for the British.
The company reported that in this version all the errors reported by beta testers have been fixed, so you can find many improvements in the software. In addition to this, the Samsung Internet browser and One UI Home have also been updated in the latest beta of One UI 3.0.
In its update changelog, the company reports what the errors were:
The other party could not be heard by the recipient during voice and video calls. When one would scroll down on the notification bar, the background is not “blurry”. When you try to unlock the device using biometrics, it fails, the lock screen is locked and the lock button does not work after that. There was an error when opening the “Personalize my files” menu. The Samsung Internet has been updated. One UI Home has been updated and other minor errors have been fixed.